LAHORE Former president General (r) Pervez Musharraf, viewing the possibility of snap polls, has arrived in Dubai to meet with his old friends in PML-Q (Like-minded group) and PML-Q who have been duly invited, TheNation has learnt. Insiders in Musharrafs camp told this correspondent on Sunday that the former president wanted to try his luck in practical politics and the meetings with friends would start in the second week of July. Invitations have been extended to Hamid Nasir Chattha, Khursheed Mehmood Kasuri, Ghulam Sarwar Khan, Raza Hayat Hiraj, Ch Shahbaz, Ameer Muqam, Lala Nisar Muhammad Khan, Sardar Talib Nakai, Sardar Arif Nakai, Faisal Saleh Hayat, Dr Sher Afgan Niazi, Jam Karam Ali and Zar Gul for the first round of meetings. While leaders from both camps of PML-Q and like-minded and people from other small groups would also be contacted soon, disclosed the insiders. Dr Arbab Ghulam Rahim who is already in Dubai would also take part in meetings with Musharraf, while Faisal Saleh Hayat would come from South Africa for the meeting. Insiders claimed that they would also contact PML-Q President Ch Shujaat Hussain for the second round of the meetings with the former president but it is unlikely to materialise, as he had time and again rejected the reports of his contacts with the former president, saying that he had no concern with the political adventures of the former general. It is said that Chaudhrys differences with the former president had developed due to the interference of Tariq Aziz Warraich in government affairs in the last regime. Warraich considered to be one of the most important members of Musharrafs inner circle has developed good relations with President Asif Zardari and owing to his new relations he no more falls in the inner circle of Musharraf. It is to be mentioned here that Musharraf after completing his fresh round of meetings would go back to London and formally announce the launching of his political party 'All Pakistan Muslim League. He is also expected to announce a date for his return. However, the leaders expected to meet Musharraf in Dubai are divided on the issue of his return to the country. Musharraf may consider the suggestions of the leaders likely to meet him in Dubai about the announcement of a date for his comeback, the insiders disclosed. Regarding the case of Nawab Akbar Bugtis assassination and Lal Masjid episode, the insiders say that Musharraf is ready to take all the possible risks on his return to the country. When contacted, a leader likely to meet Musharraf, sought anonymity when he maintained that it would be an advisory meeting with an old friend. We have told Musharraf in the 'April Meeting in Abu Dhabi that we have our own political priorities back home and we would not join your party, he stressed.